Aligned Archetype

by Kellee Maize

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<> I'm not a fan of Freakuency. Between the fact that Kellee comes on a bit strong in that one and the accent used, it's just not my type of music. Every single other track on this album is absolutely awesome though! I wish that the albums Owl Time and Integration were under a CC BY or CC BY-SA license. I'd buy them too if they were! Favorite track: Third Eye.
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What makes us different? What make us the same? What makes us afraid? What makes us complain? What gives me the right to judge you or me? If we accepted all sides, then we could be free.

An archetype is a symbol universally recognized by all, such as the mother figure, the hero figure, the warrior figure, the victim figure, the martyr figure, etc. I felt like I was downloading a message from something bigger than myself that translated into my very own 5 archetypes. This emerged because I would often hear a song I just recorded and feel like I couldn’t quite take credit, like I was channeling something, or someone else. For all of the positive aspects of each archetype, the shadow side of the mirror is also
present. So each of my 5 archetypes represents the different sides of me, or an energy that is within that I want to harness more of or delete from my being. They represent, the way people may see each other, both good and bad. They are, for the sake of being larger than life, fun and interesting and a bit sensationalized! My hope was that everyone would resonate with one archetype and then suddenly realize there is a piece of them in all five. And, trust me, there are about 10 archetypes that didn’t make the cut.

As I opened to my spiritual path, I began to realize, we all struggle with feelings about who and what we are. We all want to understand our purpose.

The archetypes I chose represent my purpose.


released February 1, 2011

Produced by the Bobos, DJ Huggy and Diezel




Kellee Maize Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Kellee believes we all have the power to help positively affect the world by "being the change we wish to see", as Ghandi puts it. While this can be incredibly challenging given our human tendencies and emotions, she believes we are entering a new stage of evolution in human consciousness. ... more

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